Regimanuel Gray partners with Rotary Club to expand tree-planting initiative


In celebration of World Environment Day, Regimanuel Gray Ltd. (RGL), a leading Ghanaian real estate developer, has partnered with the Rotary Club of Accra, East Airport, to expand its tree-planting project within Accra.

Throughout its 30-year history, RGL has consistently implemented extensive greening initiatives across all its housing developments. The company has surpassed the planting of 10,000 trees and aims to reach 15,000 by the end of 2026, achieving a minimum ratio of three trees per household within Regimanuel communities.

This initiative aligns with the global effort to combat land degradation, halt desertification, and build drought resilience, as encapsulated in this year’s World Environment Day theme: #GenerationRestoration.

The collaboration was officially outdoored on Monday, June 3rd 2024 marking the beginning of a significant environmental campaign promoting local tree species and enhancing urban green spaces.

“Our new development, Regimanuel Satellite City, presents an opportunity to expand our tree-planting initiative across more than 1,200 acres,” said Mrs. Cynthia Asamoah, Head of Projects at RGL.

“This initiative goes beyond beautification. It’s about creating sustainable communities where residents can live in harmony with nature. We are taking a significant step towards environmental restoration and mitigating the impacts of climate change.”

“Our green buffers within the estates serve as vital habitats and act as natural barriers against noise and pollution,” she added. “We are thrilled about this partnership with Rotary.”

The Rotary Club of Accra Airport East views its collaboration with Regimanuel Gray as a promising partnership. According to the Rotarian President of RCAAE, Mrs Louise Agyeman-Barning, this collaboration will see them join forces for a tree-planting exercise as part of the Green Ghana Project, a government initiative aiming to restore the nation’s degraded landscape through the planting of 10 million trees.

She explained that Rotary Clubs across the country have been tasked with supporting the Green Ghana Project in an effort to safeguard the environment. This collaboration, they believe, represents a significant step towards achieving sustainable development for their Club.


Source: Daily Mail GH

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